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Life in the Splash Zone

Creator: California Department of Fish and Wildlife , Videographer: Amanda Van Diggelen

Age Levels:
General Public
Instructional Time:
1 minute 31 seconds
The rocky intertidal zone, also known as the splash zone, is one of the most dynamic habitats on the planet The marine animals, seaweeds, and plants that live there are uniquely adapted to survive the changing tides and the extre... (read more)
The rocky intertidal zone, also known as the splash zone, is one of the most dynamic habitats on the planet. The marine animals, seaweeds, and plants that live there are uniquely adapted to survive the changing tides and the extreme changes in temperature and other physical stress that comes with living between the land and sea. Come experience life in the splash zone! Videography: Amanda Van Diggelen, CDFW Environmental Scientist Music: “Wash Away” by Scott Holmes Footage: California Department of Fish and Wildlife (read less)

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